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Did You Know...

... that last weekend's A Class teams had an outstanding meet?

In 1st place after Round 6: Dutch A Class team Sonic
posted Jun 20th, 2014 - The situation on last weekend's overall leaderboard for the A Class was completely different after the adjustments, compared to the AAA and AA Class. The competition was as tight as it was in the AA Class, from top to bottom.

However, there was one major difference. Only two teams had switched their ranking positions in the AAA Class after counting the total number of points after six rounds, as yesterday's review of last weekend's competition explained. Two other teams also switched their spots on the adjusted AA Class leaderboard.

The A Class leaderboard changed dramatically after the adjustments. Only four of the 20 teams maintained their positions on the leaderboard, after six and after ten rounds.

June 14th, 2014Rd. 1Rd. 2Rd. 3Rd. 4Rd. 5Rd. 6Rd. 7Rd. 8Rd. 9Rd. 10TotalAvg
RankA ClassB,M,A7,HP,C,EF,N,6D,921,J19,8K,Q,LO,G,24,HTotalAvg
1(6)Sonic (NL)171291110851089679.9
2(1)Hard Corps (UK)1611129117----6611.0
3(6)Dimension (NL)1991379871278659.9
4(2)Virtus (UK)13101110108----6210.3
4(2)Sea Fury (UK)1312111097----6210.3
4(2)Almost Petite (UK)161011997----6210.3
7(5)No 4rown (UK)157119109----6110.2
8(10)4igami (NL)1489108878105578.7
9(8)Team Meteor (UK)16810787----569.3
10(9)Satori Red (UK)14810778----549.0
11Bad Habits (NL)141068968498538.2
123 Men + A Dog (UK)1289767----498.2
12(17)Inside-Out (NL)1510105453141495.8
14Maverick (NL)11897354656436.4
15(13)Rapid Fire (IE)1258644----396.5
16(15)Vortex (UK)888535----376.2
17(16)RAFSPA Phoenix (UK)953756----355.8
18(19)Gringo Reloaded (UK)973734----335.5
19(18)Shinobi (NL)11554613877325.7
20Winging It (NL)9266345663305.0
In 3rd place after Round 6: Dutch A Class team Dimension
The changes included a complete makeover of the top rankings where teams from the United Kingdom had the first five places, according to their totals and averages after the six completed rounds in Netheravon.

The two best Dutch teams, Sonic and Dimension, were tied in 1st place at the Tomscat Trophy 2014 and tied in 6th place on the overall leaderboard, according to their meet averages after ten rounds.

The Dutch scores after six rounds changed the situation dramatically, as Sonic and Dimension moved from 6th to 1st and 3rd place with their total number of points after six rounds. UK winner in Netheravon, Hard Corps, ended up only one single point behind Sonic in the top spot and one point ahead of the second Dutch team, Dimension.

June 14th, 2014Round 4
RankAA Class - A ClassCategoryF,N,6
1Bodyflight Aero (UK)AA12
2Sonic (NL)A11
2Entropy (UK)AA11
2Funnel Vision (UK)AA11
2RAFSPA Venom (UK)AA11
2Fr4gment (UK)AA11
7Virtus (UK)A10
7Sea Fury (UK)A10
7Gravity Abuse (NL)AA10
74igami (NL)A10
7Paradocks (NL)AA10
12Hard Corps (UK)A9
12Almost Petite (UK)A9
12No 4rown (UK)A9
UK A Class teams in Netheravon
The highscores for the single rounds confirm how close the competition was between the Top 7 teams. UK team Hard Corps, on top of the leaderboard according to the highest meet average, won only one round. Winner after six rounds, Dutch team Sonic, won two rounds, as well as Dimension in 3rd place. Even the team in 7th place, No 4rown from the United Kingdom, had a sole highscore in Round 6.

There is more evidence how well the A Class teams did last weekend. Round 4 had a sequence (F,N,6) for AA and A Class teams both. The special leaderboard for this round shows only the AA Class winner Bodyflight Aero alone with the sole highscore for the round. The rest is a colorful mixture of AA and A Class teams.

Last not least, all A Class teams who posted a 10+ average last weekend did this for the first time this year and in team career. It was a fantastic meet weekend for this category...

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